Company Overview

The Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) has grown from a single horse-drawn streetcar in 1860 to the largest transit system in Wisconsin and the economic engine of Southeastern Wisconsin. With a fleet of 400 diesel buses and a dedicated team of over 1,100 operators, mechanics and administrative staff, MCTS provides on average 150,000 rides every day to people across Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington and Waukesha Counties. 
At MCTS, we never lose sight of the important role we play in the community we serve. From getting people to work and school to doctor’s appointments and shopping trips; No matter where you are going or what you are doing, MCTS Takes You There.

We are proud to offer state-of-the-art system features including clean diesel buses, Real-Time Information and the M•CARD, which is a reusable smart card that riders use to pay fares. With these and other improvements on the horizon, MCTS is poised to offer riders a state of the art passenger experience.  It’s truly an exciting time for transit in Milwaukee and we invite you to come aboard.  For more information about Milwaukee County Transit System, visit us at

The Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) is a mass transit organization owned by Milwaukee County.

Milwaukee Transport Services, Inc. is a quasi-governmental instrumentality of Milwaukee County responsible for the management and operation of the Milwaukee County Transit System. 

Company Summary
Milwaukee County Transit System
Number of Employees
500 or more
(414) 937-3235
(414) 344-2876
1942 North 17th Street
Milwaukee, WI